Our Services

Your therapy will be confidential and carefully tailored to your exact needs. Our training enables us to draw upon a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches to offer a holistic and individualised treatment plan which will address your specific needs.




Young People


Who We Work With

  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)

  • Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)

  • Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

  • Solution Focused Therapy

  • Systemic Therapy (Including Narrative Approaches)

  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)

  • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

  • Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT)

  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Therapies Offered

Perinatal Psychology
Cognitive assessments
School Liaison
Systemic Psychotherapy

Individual therapy
Family therapy
Couples therapy
Sex therapy

Services Offered

Phobias (including emetophobia)
Sexual difficulties
Sleep problems
Migraine / Headache

LGBTQIA mental health 
Neurodevelopmental difficulties
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Panic Attacks
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
 including complex PTSD

Eating difficulties

Difficulties Supported

04. therapy begins

03. Treatment Plan

Your therapist will then present you with a treatment plan which will include recommendations for the therapeutic approach and number of sessions likely required in order to meet your goals.

02. Initial Assessment

Following your free 15-minute telephone consultation you will be matched with a therapist who will offer a 50-minute initial assessment. The purpose of an initial assessment is to learn about your situation and goals for therapy.

01. free 15-minute telephone consultation

when working with us

What to Expect

Book Your free 15-minute telephone consultation

When working with children or young people, initial assessments are most often attended by the child/young person and their parent(s)/guardian. Discussions about the continued involvement of the parent(s)/guardian in their child’s therapy will take place during the initial assessment. To respect our clients’ individual and unique needs the plan for therapy, including who will be involved and how frequently, will be contracted at the outset of the therapeutic journey. 

We may ask you to complete questionnaires about your mental and emotional health at the beginning and end of your therapeutic journey to provide objective measurement of your progress.

Other Things to Note:

Schedule your assessment

(Addition of formal report: £349)

Fee for assessment clinic: £249

  • Individualised recommendations, strategies and techniques to implement at home
  • Individualised resources and handouts to provide psycho-education and information about the difficulties you have sought help for
  • A recording of the discussion between you and your psychologist following the assessment. This will enable you to listen again to the recommendations made and strategies practiced in the appointment at your own convenience

As part of this appointment we will also offer you:

For times when you need a bit of guidance, but perhaps not a therapy journey, our assessment package might be right for you. The assessment is an opportunity to meet with a clinical or counselling psychologist, in person, for a 90-minute appointment. During this time your psychologist will learn about you, or your child’s, situation, difficulties and goals for therapy.

Bespoke Assessment Package

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For more information about arranging a bespoke package for your school, please contact us.

  • Reflective practice groups

  • Wellbeing groups for staff teams

  • A resource hub with access to handout and recommendations of websites/books/apps for specific difficulties

  • Workshops for pupils on a range of emotional and mental health topics

 Additional Psychology Specific Services and Training

  • Drop in sessions for parents, staff, pupils

  • One off psychological assessments with the provision of recommendations and strategies

  • Fast access to 1-1 therapy 

  • Access to Consultant Psychiatrist and psychiatric assessment

  • Provision of ‘self-help’ videos produced by us that can be disseminated to pupils as required

Assessment and Intervention

  • Consultation line for direct responses from a clinical psychologist about specific concerns or guidance 

  • The provision of supervision for existing pastoral support staff and counsellors

  • Reflective practice groups for teachers, SLT, pastoral support staff

Consultancy and Advice

Here are just some of the services we provide:

Collective Psychology can work directly with school communities; teachers, pupils, pastoral teams, parents and SLT’s, to provide specialist mental health support.  The hope being that through the early identification of mental health needs we can reduce the number of young people in crisis and thus, limit the impact on their lives, studies, academic performance and prospects.  

School Commissioned Services


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